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Popularity 1Viewed 966 times 2014-4-27 21:20 |System category:Life| Outing

 
Just spent the last 2 days there with my colleagues...and I am exhausted now.  Half the fun was lost with this amusement park as all the outdoor event was cancelled because of a rainy day.  But shouldn't we get reimbursement of half the price ticket ?  I am not sure whether with the growing ages, the feeling of being thrown out will get more...stronger, when you ride a rollercoaster.  Or, "technically", simply my blood sugar is towards the higher side, a result of being fatter and fatter in these years ?  I felt like my bones were scattered across inside of me after I got off an indoor rollercoaster ride.  My throat was sore, as I remembered sreaming the second when the ride suddenly took a turn and plunge.
 
It was a good bonding time with each other.  People from different departments who seldom speak to each other screamed together.  The best part is, we saw a terrified self in the mirrow of other people's eyes.  Who knows somebody keeps his cool in the office can be so much fun out in the field, or be so high in the KTV singing Rolling in the Deep, I mean the Linkin Parking version....
 
Gotta sign off now and listen to some K-pop...as I am feeling up the Monday Work Syndrome is working up.
 
 

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